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CRTC suspends application of STIR/SHAKEN for 911 calls

News | 12/20/2021 1:21 pm EST
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The CRTC approved an application by its Interconnection Steering Committee (CISC) to defer the application of its anti-spoofing technology, the STIR/SHAKEN condition, to all 911 emergency and callback calls to eliminate the risk of emergency calls being misidentified as spoofed calls or being dropped.

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